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February 11, 2015

Paris for Valentines Day!


 Doesn't the idea of being in Paris sound so romantic for Valentine's Day?

Indulge yourself with me and lets pretend we're there!
 Entrer Cafe Chez Liz


 First you will notice la pâte exquise!


 La tour Eiffel dressed with a bed of roses

Snow flakes et amour

Le champagne Veuve Cliequot Brut

Time for le dîner


Evening has arrivé ...
La Tour Eiffel is lighted
 

 Dining for deux!

Wishing you a loving Valentine's Day



  Je te aime
 


Notes: I used a battery operated puck light placed in the top of a 
glass candle votive for the light (I covered the top with a circle of wax paper because it was a bit bright).  
I dressed the Eiffel Tower with vines of ivy (which is actually a jewelry tree). 
Satin hearts from Michael's with satin ribbon tacked on.
I used a translator from Google- hopefully I didn't make any big mistakes!

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18 comments:

  1. Hi Liz,
    So Romantic!
    I think we'd all like to be in Paris for Valentine's Day.
    Thanks for taking me there with this lovely table.
    Linda C in Seattle

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  2. Beautiful, romantic tablescape. Love your centerpiece. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  3. Ooh la la! Thanks for transporting me away go to Paris. Paris is the city of love, so this is perfect for Valentines. Love your eiffel tower all draped in vines and sitting on a bed of red roses. The pedestals are so cute! Very romantic table! i love seeing your new scones beyond the table.

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  4. Thanks for the sweet getaway! I enjoyed it, even if only for a few moments. :-)

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  5. Oh, Liz, your Parisian theme is so romantic! Who wouldn't love Paris for Valentine's Day? The lighting beneath the Eiffel Tower is wonderful; and the bed of roses just sets the tone perfectly!

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  6. HI Liz, Isn't it fun to dream? You have created a special and romantic setting with your creativity and treasures. Love the centerpiece and the photo is gorgeous.
    Thanks for taking us on a dream trip for Valentine's Day.
    Hugs, CM

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  7. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! I can hear the music from "Something's Gotta Give" playing in my head as I peek at the pictures! I have never been to Paris, but I can imagine the level of romance would be greatly heightened over Valentine's Day in Lee's Summit, MO!!! :-)

    I love the lighted Eiffel Tower! That is really, really cool! This is a wonderfully romantic setting for Valentine's Day or any time you want to woo your other half!

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  8. Super cute table liz, love the French theme, and the silverware is so so so cute, I must have item for us tablescapers. Have a great week my friend.

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  9. How fun, Liz. I've not read so much French since high school. Amazing how much I still comprehend. Your Eiffel Tower is really coming in handy. Your table is beautiful! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  10. Beautiful! Your husband will love it!
    Blessings My friend,

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  11. Viva La France, Liz! C'est tres bon! I love your Eiffel tower with lights and the individual cake domes! Amour is in your future :) I am doing a "French" tablescape on Sunday~ Happy Valentine's Day!
    Jenna

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  12. This is so beautiful! You're right, few things would be more romantic that dining in Paris and you set the perfect table. I love those plates and your gorgeous Eiffel Tour but those little cupcakes under the cloches really caught my eye. Guess it's my sweet tooth. lol Happy Valentine's Day!

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  13. Liz, Merci for taking me to Paris via your romantic table! I love the lights on your Eiffel tower centerpiece on your rose studded tray! Your soft-effect lighting on your second photos and sweet-treat filled cloches... c'est magnifique! Happy Valentine's Day ♥

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  14. How right you are about Paris in Ballantyne seeming to be the perfect match. You've done a perfect job of taking us there to pretend that we are having a romantic dinner at a softly lit table. In addition to pate, I'll have duck please. BTW, I always appreciate your visits.😍

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  15. Liz, you have done such a beautiful job of bringing Paris straight into your own home! Such a dramatic and pretty table you've set. I love the Eiffel tower lit up like that! Hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day!

    Poppy

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  16. Wonderful idea and so creative...lovely table!

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  17. I definitely felt like I was in Paris! How lovely and that chocolate confection - be still my Parisian heart!!

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